As the first scene commenced, I thought to myself wow what a typical beginning but then there was a pivot - and from that point on, I was absolutely hooked. Even the most ostensibly mundane moments are captured in such a visually arresting manner. The aesthetic is beautiful as are the thematic nuances woven through the story. I didn't expect to find such emotionally resonating material but I was truly moved by the brilliance exhibited here in front of and behind the camera.
A solid vehicle for Pete Davidson. While the comedy falls flat at times, it has some earnest moments. For some reason, I found Pete's line confessing the script just being in his head very very sad.
Also someone please tell me where the chalamet reference I keep reading about was??